Saudi Pinpoint Airstrikes Destroy Houthi Vehicles On Ma’rib Frontlines (Videos)

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Saudi Pinpoint Airstrikes Destroy Houthi Vehicles On Ma’rib Frontlines (Videos)

A bomb laden F-15S taking off for a mission in Yemen.

On March 20, the Saudi-led coalition released footage of recent pinpoint airstrikes which targeted the Houthis (Ansar Allah) in the central Yemeni province of Ma’rib.

The airstrikes took place in the al-Kasarah area, where the Houthis have been advancing. Most of the area is now in the hands of Houthi fighters. Saudi-backed forces showed fierce resistance. However, they failed to hold the Yemeni group back.

The Saudi-led coalition airstrikes destroyed pick-up trucks, a battle tank and even an ambulance of the Houthis. Several fighters of the group were killed.

Saudi-backed forces claim that more than 80 Houthi fighters were killed on al-Kasarah front in the last few days. These claims are yet to be verified.

The Saudi-led coalition released footage of its airstrikes on Ma’rib likely as a response to the Houthis recent operations against the Kingdom.

A day earlier, six drones launched by the Houthis hit an oil refinery in the Saudi capital Riyadh. Later, the group launched two drones at Abha International Airport and a third on King Khalid Air Base in the southern province of ‘Asir. Only a one drone was intercepted by the coalition’s air-defense means.

The Houthis’ recent operations, whether on the ground in Yemen’s Ma’rib or against targets in the heart of Saudi Arabia, highlight the failure of the Saudi-led coalition.

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